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Wenger proud of 'new Arsenal' (pod)

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Wigan 0-1 Arsenal - Wenger proud of 'New Arsenal'

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is delighted with 3 points at the JJB as Arsenal beat Wigan 1-0 thanks to an 88th minute Emmanuel Adebayor strike, insisting that this type of game his side would have lost last season and is satisfied his new look side have what it takes to perform consistently on the road.

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Date:Thursday December 14 2006

Time: 12:12PM

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He has every right to be proud of this team.
sandgroanun
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14/12/2006 12:15:00

we are getting there,watch your backs manure and chavski
fran merida
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14/12/2006 12:18:00

'New Ars*nal' ie ars*n al without Mr Henry?!!?
BaldyYid
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14/12/2006 15:18:00

Yes......well done BaldyYid. And i would like to say that we are missing rosicky and gallas aswell, arguably our best 3 players.
h57ben
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14/12/2006 18:49:00

he can be proud only on the fact it took super cesc to come on and do what flamini had failed for 88 mins. it was an ugly win which we need to learn how to do all over again, but my only gripe is that if you rest players then leave them out, if you want to have them on the bench whats the point, play them and then take them off 60th min. still it was a very good 3pt win, and the second half was much improved. baptista needs more games and so does theo.. and baldy, henry isn't going anywhere as much as it would delight spuds fans
PUREGOLD
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14/12/2006 20:20:00

 

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